Movement in Malaysia

We’re supposed to be a developing nation, as the leaders say.  It takes the entire nation to make it happen though

A movement, right here in Malaysia…

100,000 + Refugees exist in Malaysia.

They cannot attend public school.
They cannot get legal employment.
They have to live in fear.

Malaysia is one of a minority of countries that has not signed the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees.

So, they are treated like Illegal Immigrants

What are we waiting for?


Here’s a talk on TEDxTalks by a man who has passionately invested his time in Malaysia, also the leader of Everyone Has Hope project and Colinizing Photography

Published by Emily Lola Tan

I've been told that I'm tiny but tough, so I must have gotten SOME things right. On the inside, I feel like a mushy marshmellow who's a hopeless romantic and find corny cute. Writing "About Me" sections had evolved in the past x years of online profiles, currently, it sits at me still hungry for enlightening experiences and insightful traveling, particularly with human connections. My story at full length on the "About" page :) Thank you for poking around!

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